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How To Write Effectively


Published 1950


Three students follow the rules of effective writing to promote a school party--they make sure the material is complete, clear in purpose, accurate and the completed story properly edited.


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Producer Coronet Films
Audio/Visual sound, b&w

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Reviewer: Spuzz - favoritefavoritefavorite - February 13, 2017
Subject: School in the dark ages
More Coronet fun as they explain how articles and school posters can be written more effectively. They're trying to raise money for better lighting in the school's social room by throwing a party. Off topic here, but where was the school board in all of this? Maybe for extra items, like for example, a new piano... but surely the school board had to be responsibile for keeping the school well lit!
Party footage is from "Dating Do's and Don'ts". Guess that's where Alan took his date!
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